- Imran Tahir wears shirt with Pakistani cricketer Tahir Mughal’s face on it
- Mughal handed away in January this 12 months after battling most cancers
- Mughal was one of many few Pakistani bowlers who had over 500 First-Class wickets
KARACHI: Go away it to Imran Tahir to know the way to rejoice greatest and make it depend as nicely.
Pakistanis and cricket followers world wide have been delighted at Imran Tahir’s heartwarming gesture when he paid tribute to an ex-Pakistani cricketer who handed away earlier this 12 months.
Tahir picked up Saim Ayub’s prized scalp when the latter tried to loft a supply from the previous out of the stadium however was caught on the boundary.
In his conventional celebration, Tahir ran away from the fielders in jubilation and took off his jersey. Beneath, he wore one other shirt that contained the image of Tahir Mughal, a Pakistani First-Class cricketer who handed away earlier this 12 months.
“A touching tribute by Imran Tahir for Tahir Mughal, the Pakistani ex-cricketer who passed away earlier this year,” wrote the PCB because it shared the video on Instagram.
Mughal, a Pakistani cricketer from Daska, Sialkot, handed away in January 2021 after battling most cancers. The 43-year-old had performed for Agriculture Growth Financial institution of Pakistan, Gujranwala Cricket Affiliation, Lahore Badshahs, Sialkot Cricket Affiliation and most prominently, the Sialkot Stallions.
He was one of many few Pakistani bowlers who had notched up 500 plus wickets in First-Class cricket.
Within the 112 First-Class matches Mughal performed, he scored a single century and 13 half-centuries as nicely.